SERVICE MANUAL
  Applies to: Hyundai Coupe/Tiburon 1998-2000
GROUP
Transaxle/Transmission Automatic Transaxle System
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COMPONENTS 
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DISASSEMBLY 
  1. Remove snap ring from clutch retainer.

  1. Take out three clutch reaction plates and two clutch discs. If the clutch reaction plates and the clutch discs are to be reused, be sure not to change the installation order or direction.

  1. With return spring compressed with special tool (09453-21000, 09453-24000), spring compressor, remove snap ring, then spring retainer and return spring.

  1. Remove piston from retainer.

  1. Remove the D-section rings from the inner and outer Circumferences of the piston.

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INSPECTION 
  1. Check to see if the sliding surface of the disc, plate are worn or burnt, if necessary, replace them.

    NOTE
    If the lining of the disc is peeling off replace all discs.
  1. Check that the check ball is free by shaking the piston.

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REASSEMBLY 
  1. Install the D-section ring in the groove on the outside surface of the piston with its round side out. Install another D-section ring to the front clutch retainer.

  1. Apply automatic transaxle fluid to the outside surface of the D-section rings. Then push the piston into front clutch retainer by hand.

  1. Install the return spring and spring retainer.

  1. Compress the return spring with the special tool (0945324000) and install the snap ring.

  1. Install the four clutch reaction plates and three clutch discs. Prior to installation, apply automatic transaxle fluid to them.

    CAUTION
    When new clutch discs are used, they should be immersed in automatic transaxle fluid a minimum of two hours prior to installation.
  1. After installing the snap ring, check to see if there is a 0.70.9 mm (0.028-0.035 in.) clearance between the snap ring and the clutch reaction plate.

  1. To check clearance, hold the entire circumference of the clutch reaction plate down with 50N (11 lb.) force. If clearance is out of specification, adjust the clearance by selecting the proper snap ring.